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Meatless menus planned to serve healtheir students, world

Meatless menus planned to serve healtheir students, world

Marlee Baron and Gitanjali Raman

February 9, 2015

Meatless Monday is met with controversy, but despite dietary preferences, proves to have many benefits for both the entire student body and the environment.

Check out an “A+” playlist for exams

Laura Slade, Director of Social Media

May 30, 2014

Hey Spartans! Still have some studying to do this weekend? Needless to say, exams are stressful for everyone. Some people deal with their stress by taking short breaks or meditating, and some people listen to music. Below is a collection of student recommended songs to make study sessions more relaxing. “Valentine”...

Bakers aim to make days delicious

Bakers aim to make days delicious

Javier Whitaker-Castaneda, Staff Writer

November 28, 2013

Food is a basic part of human survival, but instead of treating it like a chore, humans have embraced the art of eating food and found ways to make it more fun and appetizing. As some St. Paul Academy and Summit School students have found, baking is a great way to move away from eating out of necessity...

Faculty tries to include Syrian crisis into classroom setting

Faculty tries to include Syrian crisis into classroom setting

Nina Zietlow, News Editor

October 25, 2013

St. Paul Academy and Summit School prides itself on its rigorous curriculum, aimed at shaping active and curious global citizens. However, there is little to no discussion of global issues within the classroom, sparking the question: Is SPA doing enough to educate its students on current events? Understandably,...

Boys Tennis moves indoors

Laura Slade, Staff Writer

May 9, 2013

"The general feel of this season is rebuilding," Boys Varsity Tennis captain Jeremy Tong said. The tennis season is off to a rough start this spring. With the empty spots that last year’s seniors left behind, this is a year to rebuild the team talent. Two freshmen joined the team along with two mid...